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Itamandi Eco-Lodge

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Itamandi Eco-Lodge

During your stay, you can view the flora and fauna in the surrounding area on various treks. While visiting a family in one of the indigenous communities, you have a closer look into cultivation habits, medicinal plants, as well as the ancestral way of hunting with blowguns and handmade traps in the forest.

The lodge has an outdoor pool, to enjoy accommodation, always attentive to sustainable development.

Location

Located in the upper Amazon basin on the shore of the Arajuno River close to Tena, this luxurious lodge offers spacious private rooms and suites, all with unique views of the forest or river.

Itamandi Eco-Lodge Day Itineraries

3 Days Amazon Tours
  • DAY 1: Our Amazon tour begins at the Arajuno bridge, from which point we will go upriver in a motorized canoe for 20 minutes through a tropical forest to the Itamandi Eco lodge.
    By sailing down a river that zigzag through the jungle like a huge snake and is thought to be the main system of the Pacha Mama (Mother Earth), you may take in the mystery and beauty of the Amazon rainforest on this boat tour.
    Our team will greet you when we get to the Itamandi EcoLodge dock location, you will enjoy a fresh tropical snack while you have a quick briefing from one of our naturalist guides that will provide general information about the accommodation and activities, then we will continue to unwind to later heading to lunch.
    The most crucial equipment for this night journey is a flashlight and camera, which enables visitors to see the nature while hear and record the nocturnal sounds of fishing bats, owls, some insects, tarantulas, toads, frogs, and possibly snakes. In the event that the sky is clear, we could be able to see a lot of stars.

  • DAY 2: We take an excursion around the primary and secondary forest after breakfast. This activity lasts between two and three hours.

    It’s time to partake in a cultural activity in the afternoon. We passed by a Kichwa village in the Amazon, and we’ll learn about their way of life and how they interact with the environment.
    The gathering will focus on the Amazonian unmapped portion of the region, we will know about daily life in the Amazon sharing the renowned “chicha,” a fermented yucca beverage that has become a staple of their celebrations and daily use, is a part of our visit to the town.

    We will assist in making this beverage and sample some of the local cuisine. In addition to having opportunity to purchase various items manufactured by the local indigenous people, the tour will conclude with a traditional dance performed by the kids of the community. The daily needs of the indigenous people are greatly aided by this tiny company.

  • DAY 3: For around 40 minutes, we travel by canoe to “Anaconda Island”. We may see the extinct “Hoatzin” bird, as well as squirrel and woolly monkeys, to name a few. We also stop by a family in one of the native communities to hear about their farming practices, medicinal plants, and the traditional method of foraging for game in the forest using blowguns and homemade traps.
    We will travel to the AmaZOOnico, which is safeguarding a variety of creatures, some of which are endangered, after lunch. AmaZOOnico is an Ecuadorian sanctuary for Amazonian wildlife, it is not a zoo and some of its animals can be seen up close in their native habitat.

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4 Days Amazon Tours
  • DAY 1: Our Amazon tour begins at the Arajuno bridge, from which point we will go upriver in a motorized canoe for 20 minutes through a tropical forest to the Itamandi Eco lodge.
    By sailing down a river that zigzag through the jungle like a huge snake and is thought to be the main system of the Pacha Mama (Mother Earth), you may take in the mystery and beauty of the Amazon rainforest on this boat tour.
    Our team will greet you when we get to the Itamandi EcoLodge dock location, you will enjoy a fresh tropical snack while you have a quick briefing from one of our naturalist guides that will provide general information about the accommodation and activities, then we will continue to unwind to later heading to lunch.
    The most crucial equipment for this night journey is a flashlight and camera, which enables visitors to see the nature while hear and record the nocturnal sounds of fishing bats, owls, some insects, tarantulas, toads, frogs, and possibly snakes. In the event that the sky is clear, we could be able to see a lot of stars.

  • DAY 2: We take an excursion around the primary and secondary forest after breakfast. This activity lasts between two and three hours.

    It’s time to partake in a cultural activity in the afternoon. We passed by a Kichwa village in the Amazon, and we’ll learn about their way of life and how they interact with the environment.
    The gathering will focus on the Amazonian unmapped portion of the region, we will know about daily life in the Amazon sharing the renowned “chicha,” a fermented yucca beverage that has become a staple of their celebrations and daily use, is a part of our visit to the town.

    We will assist in making this beverage and sample some of the local cuisine. In addition to having opportunity to purchase various items manufactured by the local indigenous people, the tour will conclude with a traditional dance performed by the kids of the community. The daily needs of the indigenous people are greatly aided by this tiny company.

  • DAY 3: For around 40 minutes, we travel by canoe to “Anaconda Island”. We may see the extinct “Hoatzin” bird, as well as squirrel and woolly monkeys, to name a few. We also stop by a family in one of the native communities to hear about their farming practices, medicinal plants, and the traditional method of foraging for game in the forest using blowguns and homemade traps.
    We will travel to the AmaZOOnico, which is safeguarding a variety of creatures, some of which are endangered, after lunch. AmaZOOnico is an Ecuadorian sanctuary for Amazonian wildlife, it is not a zoo and some of its animals can be seen up close in their native habitat.

  • DAY 4: Early in the morning, we take a 15-minute canoe trip upstream to the Saladero de Parrots, where parrots and parakeets congregate to get the minerals that will aid in their digestion of the fruits or seeds, they have just devoured. Numerous parrots and parakeets will fly toward the trees before landing on the clay wall to eat the richly mineralized soil. To fully appreciate this stunning natural spectacle, binoculars are a necessity.
    At 9:30 am, our journey comes to end with a 20-minute trip in a motorized canoe from Itamandi to the Arajuno bridge.
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Itamandi Eco-Lodge Trip rates & details

Itamandi 3 Days Standard
From $232 Price per person
Itamandi 4 Days Standard
From $339 Price per person
Itamandi 3 Days Superior
From $270 Price per person
Itamandi 4 Days Superior
From $395 Price per person

Aditional information

Included
Not Included
  • Native guide (shared tours)
  • River transport: rio Arajuno bridge-Itamandi-rio Arajuno bridge
  • Accommodation in selected room each with shower/WC
  • Complete meals (Tour starts with lunch and ends with breakfast)
  • Life jackets and rubber boots (sizes 36 to 44)
  • Excursions and activities according to the pre-established itinerary, related to the number of nights
  • Transport to/from bridge Rio Arajuno
  • All kinds of drinks
  • Tickets $10 per person
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
  • Not mentioned services

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